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UPDATE: More school closures for January 14, 2020

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IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - School Closures for Tuesday, January 14th.

The Ririe School District will be canceling classes for the remainder of the day, beginning at Noon, because of deteriorating weather conditions. All students in District 252 will be sent home at that time.

Bonneville School District 93 secondary students (grades 7-12) will be released early Tuesday because of the weather. The school district said they are working with Food Services to make sure students have access to lunch before being released and are sending secondary students home first so they can be home for their younger siblings.

Afternoon kindergarten in D93 is also canceled.

Jefferson School District 251 will be following the Wednesday Early Release Schedule Tuesday, January 14, due to weather conditions.  

North Gem School District canceled afternoon pre-school and will have an early release for all K-12 students at 2:50 p.m.

Fremont County Joint School District 215

Teton School District 401

The Learning Academy of Teton Valley

Blackfoot School District 55

Blackfoot Charter District #477

Chief Tahgee Elementary Academy

Bingham Academy

Aberdeen School District 58

Snake River School District 52

Idaho Science and Technology Charter School in Blackfoot

Firth School District 59

Lillian Vallely School in Blackfoot

Blackfoot Head Start

Marsh Valley District 21

Shelley Joint School District 60

Bear Lake County School District 33

Alturas International Academy Charter School

Sho-Ban High School

Fort Hall Head Start

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